Hat: M&S - Dress: c/o Lashes of London - Belt: Topshop - Skull bead bracelet: Chlobo - Other bracelet: Mikey
Jeggings: Charley 5.0 - Boots: Dr. Martens
The yummy pink/green colour is perfect for S/S but since it's so cold at the moment I decided to pair it with some jeggings and my Dr. Martens. I like trying to make sequins more casual and wearable. Although it would look amazing with heels and a bit of a tan in the summer, I still think it'll work in the colder months if worn with something underneath.
One of the best things about the Pilosa oversized sequin dress is the fact you can flip the sequins the other way to create any design you want. The sequins are pale pink/peach on the reverse, online it's shown with a dramatic design but this time I chose a more subtle and sporadic print. It's nicely lined and also has shoulder pads which create a lovely silhouette. If the print is putting you off, you can wear it as one block colour by making the sequins face the same way.
At £95 it's definitely an investment piece but I think it's worth saving up for, it's unusual and really well made. It's also a great party dress that's guaranteed to get you noticed and more affordable than the armour sold at All Saints. If dresses aren't your thing, you can buy a (cheaper) cropped tee version too. Huzzah!
So are y'all a fan of the iridescent trend? Would you wear this?
T - Why try to fit in when you were born to be different? XoX